Two for the Dough
First sentence: I knew Ranger was beside me because I could see his earring gleaming in the moonlight.
Reflections: This is the second in a series of crime mysteries involving Stephanie Plum, a bounty hunter. These books are so much fun to read. Unlike most mysteries, these books are very funny. Evanovich paints a vivid picture of the Trenton, NJ community in which Stephanie lives & works. The characters are well developed, and one in particular -- Stephanie's grandmother, Grandma Mazur -- is positively hilarious. In this book, Stephanie is on the hunt for someone while simultaneously investigating the disappearance of a large number of caskets from a funeral home. Not surprisingly, the two situations are linked. Body parts start showing up everywhere. How is this funny? Well, you just have to read the book.
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